Having walked through the previous ISO 31000 steps, we now come to the “Recording and Reporting” step.
Recording is about recording information in a risk register, so that this information can then be reported to decision-makers.
In a sense this is what the bowtie does best – it records risks which can then be reported more effectively to stakeholders. But perhaps a more traditional risk register is required. In this blog we will look at the different ways in which BowTieXP supports recording your risk register and reporting that information.
Recording risk information with BowTieXP
For recording your risk register, BowTieXP has something called the Case Overview. You can find the Case Overview in the main menu: View →Windows → Case Overview.
The case file overview presents many views onto the data in the case file from different perspectives (“overview”), allowing visualization of relationships, which might otherwise be less evident. This also helps you to quickly find related data.
As you can see in the image below (figure 1), there are many lists available in the Case Overview, we will highlight just a couple in this blog.